Germany's Nordex Energy will invest around 60 million in unit capacity turbines up to 5.5 megawatts in Brazil. The application also includes a contract maintenance of turbines for a period of 15 years.
This is another factor that implies the growth of energy wind power in the country. The 5 X model, as it is called, is the company's bet to contracts in the busy Brazilian wind sector. It is worth remembering that, recently, there have been launches of powerful new equipment by other industry's major suppliers such as Vestas, GE and Germany's Siemens Gamesa.
Nordex once delivered its first turbines to a voltalia's Brazilian projects, and today is responsible for the service and maintenance of about 400 MW for a company. According to a survey of Energía Limpia XXI, the VSM 4 wind farm will be built in the Serra Branca da Voltalia, in the state of Rio Grande do Norte, near the city of Serra do Mel, in the Northeast region.ACESSE AS REDES DA PANORAMA OFFSHORE: